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A dash of barley, a pinch of hops

The first thing to know about brewing is that basically, it's cooking. The brewer is a chef, the brewery is his kitchen and the brew kettle no more than a pot. Seven Bridges is brewing beer like it ought to be...fresh, handcrafted by a local brewer and with the best ingredients available.

Ales vs. Lagers

Beers are generally divided into two categories, either Ales or Lagers. Traditionally, lagers have a crisp flavor with a clean finish while Ales offer a fruitier flavor that lingers. At Seven Bridges, we feature a variety of both Ales and Lagers, each having a character and richness all of its own. Seven Bridges brews beers that range in color from gold to auburn to brown and to black. The bottom line? Judge a beer based on taste, not color.

Our Beer Selection

Southern Flyer Light Lager

Our lightest beer in color
and body. Crisp and smooth,
this low-calorie, low-carb
lager is sure to go down easy.
Hersbrucker hops provide a
subtle balance.

Original gravity: 8.5° Plato
Alcohol by volume: 3.6%
Bitterness units: 12

Southside Pilsner Lager

A refreshing, golden-hued
European-style pilsner with
a sublime Czech Saaz hop
signature. Silver medal winner
in the International Style Pilsner
category at the 2007 Great
American Beer Festival.

Original gravity: 12.0° Plato
Alcohol by volume: 5.0%
Bitterness units: 32

Toll Tender I.P.A.

This classic copper colored ale has a pronounced hop aroma and assertive bitterness. American-grown Galena and Cascade hops are the star of this fragrant and citrusy dry-hopped masterpiece.

Original gravity: 14.4° Plato
Alcohol by volume: 6.0%
Bitterness units: 55

Sweet Magnolia

British Crystal and Chocolate malts
give this ale a medium body and
rich, sweet aroma. Mount Hood
hops add a spicy and floral nose. This smooth, malty brew was a Gold Medal winner in the American Brown Ale category at the 1998 Great American Beer Festival.

Original gravity: 12.5° Plato
Alcohol by volume: 5.2%
Bitterness units: 24

Iron Horse Stout

A four-time medal winner, this London-style sweet stout is bold, aggressive and deep black in color with a rich, roasted flavor from a generous addition of UK Chocolate malt and roasted barley.

Original gravity: 14.5° Plato
Alcohol by volume: 5.7%
Bitterness units: 28

Award Winning Handcrafted Beer


World Beer Cup

2004 Silver Medal:
Iron Horse Stout
Sweet Stout

2004 Bronze Medal:
Espresso Stout
Coffee Flavored Beer

2002 Gold Medal:
Iron Horse Stout
Sweet Stout

1998 Silver Medal:
Iron Horse Stout
Sweet Stout

Great American Beer Festival

2007 Silver Medal:
South Side Pilsner
International Style Pilsner

2003 Gold Medal:
Rocket Red Ale
American-Style Amber/Red

2000 Bronze Medal:
Iron Horse Stout
Sweet Stout

1998 Gold Medal:
Sweet Magnolia Brown Ale
American-Style Brown

   
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